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>> there was never information sent or received marked classified to me. >> republican rivals pounce. disqualified from being commander in chief. >> this is getting more serious. changer? we are live in iowa. new evidence? the lawyer for stephen avery, the sub of the series "making a murderer" says she can prove her client's innocence. this as people protest in support of the convicted killer. history on the line. a thrilling tennis match wrapping up down under. serena williams going into three sets, including this rally that had everyone on the edge of their seats.
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it enough to win the match? and hymm for the weekend. beyonce and coldplay drop their latest collaboration. coursing through my blood >> it already has 3.3 million views in less than 24 hours. so why are some crying foul over her appearance in the video? we will explain today, saturday, january 30th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to "today" on saturday morning. i'm erica hill. >> and i'm craig melvin alongside dylan dreyer. sheinelle jones is not here with us. she is recuperating. we wish her the best.
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brighten up her video. >> that video that dropped? hot. you can't go wrong. we will look more at the video later. there is also a tad of controversy surrounding it. we will dig into that. the top story this morning, hillary clinton on the defense after the state department announced it was withholding 22 e-mails saying they contained top secret information. all of this comes two days before a razor tight race in iowa. we have full coverage from des moines this morning. we start with white house correspondent kristen welker. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. people are buzzing about hillary clinton's e-mail issue this morning. not exactly the headline the clinton campaign wants to see two days before the iowa caucuses. her top rival, bernie sanders is not making an issue of it, instead, both candidates are focused on the finish line. >> you can make her the next
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>> reporter: hillary and bill clinton back together friday night trying to seal the deal here in iowa. >> thank you, davenport. >> reporter: this comes as the state department released 1,600 e-mails from her private server as secretary of state. this time holding 22 documents as top secret. state department officials weighed in on friday. >> none of this traffic was marked classified at the time it was sent. >> reporter: the clinton campaign is calling on the state department to make the e-mails public. >> this is an example of overclassification run amok. >> reporter: nbc's lester holt interviewed secretary clinton shortly before the news broke. >> why should the public worry about this hanging over your head? >> there was never any information sent or received marked classified to me. >> reporter: despite making an issue of the e-mails.
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of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> reporter: the campaign has yet to escape the controversy and this could hurt for monday's caucuses. she is running neck and neck with sanders in iowa, who friday night, focused on rallying his supporters. >> i believe it is our campaign that is generating the excitement and the interest for a large voter turnout. >> reporter: at the drake diner in des moines, voters had opinion. >> does this hillary clinton e-mail matter? >> yes. i feel it is a skeleton in the closet. >> i don't think it will have that big an effect. >> reporter: in a statement released late last night, sanders again reiterated he is not interested in the e-mail issue. he is interested in the issues that matter to voters. both candidates cross the state today. eight events between them.
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joined by gabby giffords. erica, back to you. >> kristen, thanks. the gop candidates wasted little time reacting to the clinton news. nbc's hallie jackson has more. >> reporter: good morning. this time the candidates are getting ready for a dozen events in the final countdown to the caucuses, the last big push. taking aim not only at eastch other, but across the aisle at hillary clinton. the favorite target on the campaign trail, facing new fire from the gop rivals. >> hillary clinton is disqualified. disqualified from being commander in chief. >> reporter: marco rubio calling the latest news about the e-mail release unacceptable. >> maybe she thinks she's above the law or maybe she wanted to read the stuff on her blackberry and have that convenient.
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server had 22 top secret e-mails. well, that actually is an accurate statement. this is getting more and more serious. >> reporter: clinton's campaign spokesperson on defense. >> we know that these e-mails that they were not marked classified at the time they were sent or received. >> reporter: republicans quick to pounce. donald trump tweeting the e-mail release is a disaster and slamming what he calls clinton's bad judgment. saving his hardest hits for republican rival. >> ted cruz may not be a u.s. citizen, but he's an anchor baby. he is an anchor baby. ted cruz is an anchor baby in canada. >> reporter: cruz laughing it off in iowa. >> senator, trump called you an anchor baby today. any response to that? just laughter is what you take away from it? >> i like donald and he's welcome to say whatever he likes. i like and respect him. that's all i got to say.
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voters to decide. >> reporter: the two iowa frontrunners. >> we will do well in iowa. >> reporter: just a weekend away from the caucuses. >> i am having a fantastic time. we have 77 hours to go. >> reporter: the final push to the finish line. cruz striking a bit of a different tone over the last 24 hours out on the campaign trail. backing off some of the unprompted attacks against donald trump. marco rubio, meanwhile, also out holding rallies today hoping for a strong third place finish here guys, hoping to pick up momentum after the debate thursday night. >> hallie jackson in iowa. thank you. >> mark halperin is with us. gentlemen, good morning. they join us from iowa. >> good morning, erica. >> let's start off with the e-mails. mark, i know you were saying yesterday on "morning joe" there is a lot of chatter among fbi agents.
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down the line? >> well, look, what is going on with secretary clinton is involving not just her, but staff. we know the people at the fbi and justice department are looking at it not as a criminal investigation, but question whether because of the private server, she handled everything correctly. this disclosure will heighten the sense that the fbi will have to interview members of her staff and secretary clinton. it doesn't mean she will be indicted, but from a political point of view it is she is called to talk to the fbi, while fighting for the presidency, it will happen into concerns that kristen welker's piece that it does matter to voters. >> john, is this something we are talking about or is this something that voters in iowa or voters in new hampshire or voters in south carolina, is this something voters talking about right now? is this resonating on the
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>> not very much at all. it never has over the course of the last year, we have never heard a lot of concern. a lot of concern on republican voters, but not democratic voters. this issue will not have much effect for hillary clinton to be the democratic nominee. it may spur fear on the democratic establishment that hillary clinton could be vulnerable on the general election. if she gets there, the republicans will make a lot of hay with in the fall. >> and on the ground in iowa, donald trump is defying any stereotype the way anything is done traditionally in politics. the question is can the numbers we see in the polls and terms of people at the rallies translate into votes. what is your sense? will they come out to caucus in
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>> this is the moment when donald trump needs to go from as you suggested from the unorthodox candidate to an orthodox candidate. he needs caucus and people to come to the rallies and turn out to the caucuses. good to remind people. this is not a normal primary that people are used to. you have to vote several hours on monday night and go to a particular location at a particular time. trump's team is not inexperienced. they know caucuses are different. he has a lot of iowans who have done this in the past. we will see on monday. my sense is they know exactly how big the stakes are. if his operation does perform in iowa, he will be in a commanding position for the nomination. i believe at least in part his operation will work. this will not be a collapse. it could be a powerful force pal legal to the force he has been. >> mark and john in the hawkeye
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we have you covered at the caucuses. we will be live on monday. one of the inmates who escaped from the california jail last week is behind bars this morning after turning himself in on friday. investigators are still looking for two other men with whom he escaped. here is nbc's miguel almaguer. >> reporter: in custody this morning, bac tien duong. one of three dangerous inmates who escaped last week. after a week on the run, police tightened a dragnet around a vietnamese neighborhood. duong decided he wanted out showing up at an auto shop. >> he told my wife he wanted to turn in. my wife makes a call. >> did your wife know who he was? >> yes, of course we do. he's my friend. >> he is cooperating and providing information. >> reporter: hossein nayeri and jonathan tieu are still on the loose.
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police believe the men are living in a van. stolen one day after their escape. but say they may have also stayed at the local motel in northern california. >> we have information that mr. nayeri and mr. tieu may still be together in the san jose area. >> reporter: investigators also say the men had help with the escape from ravaghi. an english teacher at the jail. she is being held as a suspect in the jail break. they say she brought in maps, showing images of the jail's rooftop. detectives say she developed a quote, personal relationship with inmate hossein nayeri. the story reminiscent of joyce mitchell in the new york state prison escape last year. this jail break reads like a hollywood thriller. the inmates cut through steel and along plumbing ducts and
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this morning, two inmates still on the run and said to be desperate. for "today," miguel almaguer, nbc news, santa ana, california. as the number of zika cases continues to rise in the united states, the scientists are learning more about the effects. the cases here are all from folks who traveled to one of the affected countries. we have rehema ellis with us this morning where the virus has hit hard. >> reporter: good morning, craig. here in brazil, authorities are working hard to stop the spread of the zika virus. going door-to-door to educate people on how to protect themselves. months ago, many expectant mothers had no idea the threat to their unborn babies. when this baby was born two months ago, his family immediately knew something was
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the youngest of three children, he was diagnosed with microcephaly. he is one of 4,000 babies born with the disease since october. small head. the disease effects every aspects of the child's mental and physical development and possibly life span. >> what did doctors tell you about his development? his mother says she doesn't know if he will ever walk or talk. for babies with microcephaly, there is no treatment for cure. the family takes it one day at a time. his father julio, said she has symptoms in her third month of pregnancy. researchers believe mosquitoes are spreading the virus linked with microcephaly. the virus is now present in at least 24 countries and
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the cdc is keeping a close watch on the presence of the virus in the u.s. >> we have not seen viruses like zika spread widely here simply because people have screens in their houses and air conditioning. we don't have the level of crowding in the places where zika is spreading widely. >> reporter: the struggles are hard on the whole family. including his grandfather, fernando. fernando tells us that while his grandson's future is uncertain, one thing is for sure, he will always be loved. public health officials say the likelihood of a massive zika outbreak in the continental united states, similar to what's happening in brazil is low. still the cdc says its staying on top of this and working closely with world health authorities. craig. >> rehema ellis for us in brazil. thank you. >> dr. natalie azar is here to answer some of our questions.
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know, this week. >> is this zika carrying states? >> we have the zika carrying mosquito in the united states in the gulf coast and southern united states and southern california. we have yet to have a domestically or locally transmitted viral mosquito bite. to our knowledge, these here are not infected with zika. >> if you are exposed to the zika virus, not pregnant, but would like to try to conceive, how long do you have to wait? >> we believe the virus stays in the body for a few days to up to a week. intuitively, if you have been exposed or travel to an area where zika virus is exposed and you return, you want to wait a week or two before trying to conceive. >> should you get checked by
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most doctors would do this on a case by case basis. most people don't know they are infected. they are asymptomatic. that means testing every single woman who returns from one of the places. although we can test for it, it is not an easily commercially available test. it has to be sent to a laboratory. the doctor will do a case by case depending on the high risk exposure. >> no vaccine. no cure at this point. this is a disease that has been around since the late '40s, i believe. why has there not been a vaccine created in 70 years? >> the first documented outbreak in 2007. then in pollynesia. the thing with the diseases,
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sporadic and unpredictable. there is not a lot of attention paid to the viruses that seem innocuous. >> now an emergency meeting with the world health organization. >> the goal according to dr. chan is three-fold. you want to make sure you have the appropriate amount of international concern. we want to say is this an international health threat or not? you want all of the resources going to the right places and prioritize which countries need what. that's the basis of the meeting. >> okay. dr. natalie azar, thank you. we like to know what you are concerned about when it comes to the zika virus. you can tweet us. @todayshow. we will answer some of the questions in the next hour.
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has killed five people. the avalanche in mcbride, british columbia swept through snowmobilers in the area. a social media giant is taking a stand against private gun sales. facebook announcing it bans users from working out private sales on instagram and users cannot buy and sell guns directly on the social media services, they often use the site and ask to connect and coordinate deals on weapons, parts and ammunition. the move is hoped to cut down on unlicensed sales. can post. and a stunning upset in tennis. serena williams, as we mentioned, vying for a record tying number of grand slam wins this morning as she met angelique kerber.
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tennis at its finest. just one of the incredible points played out this morning. if you have not seen the results, cover your ears. the woman ranked number one in the sport fell to the seventh seed. kerber wins at the australian open. had everybody watching in the control room. >> okay. dylan dreyer is here with a check of the forecast. at least it is not snowing. >> at least most of the snow's gone. this time last week, we were getting buried under snow. it has been in the 40s since. a lot of it has melted away. out west, a different story. rain and mountain snow. snow through nevada into the rockies. we have a plume of moisture that will bring a big storm system onshore as we go into tomorrow. look at this length of tropical moisture. extends 1,000 miles.
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we will see heavy rain and gusty winds. we could see wind gusts near 50 miles per hour especially in southern california. for the snow, we will see the winter storm watches and warnings kick in as we go into tomorrow once the heavy snow starts to take hold. we could have more than a foot of s and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. still to come, a look back at
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week, including a major change for bashrbie. and big news for "house of cards." that is ahead in "popstart."
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nbc. still to come here on "today," why would anyone pay $1 million for a photo of a potato? plus, we're taking you
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the cliff in hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm they've all come to look for america all come to look for america
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the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton.
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because i told them i had nothing to hide. >> how in the hell were you in the room? >> i don't know. i don't know, man.
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>> we are back on this saturday morning, january 30th, 2016 with a look at the mini series "the people versus o.j. simpson." people still fascinated by that murder trial. coming up, why the doctor portrayed in the movie "concussion" now believes simpson is suffering from cte. the brain disease that is linked to violent behavior. meanwhile, look outside studio 1a this morning. a cold crowd trying to keep warm on this final saturday of january. here is what is making headlines half past the hour today. with two days to go until the iowa caucuses, the main issue on the campaign trail today is likely to be hillary clinton's e-mails. the state department is withholding 22 of her e-mails. her rival, bernie sanders, is
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the republican candidates are. ethan couch, the affluenza teen, will remain in a juvenile detention facility despite the request he be moved from the adult court. he will remain in the facility february. and a philadelphia man will be riding pope francis style after winning the vehicle that the pope rode in last year. the winning bid was $82,000. we begin this half hour with "the download." the chance to look at the week's may have missed. >> the clean up from the blizzard of 2016 and the arrest oregon. here are the stories that caught our attention. >> with the iowa caucuses looming, the campaigns were combative as ever.
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donald trump convinced if it ain't broke, don't fix it. >> we can't have a guy who stands in the middle of the senate floor and everyone else thinks he's a whack job. >> i have no intention of responding in kind. >> i will work my heart out for you. >> this morning, our new nbc marist poll has hillary clinton and bernie sanders virtually tied in iowa. >> and trump skips the latest republican debate. >> fox put it he was the elephant not in the room. donald trump boldly boycotting the fox news debate. >> when you are treated badly, you have to stick up for your rights. new warning over the zika virus. >> 22 areas or countries that pregnant women should avoid. and two top researchers accuse the world health organization of failing to act fast enough.
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clean up across the east coast after blizzard 2016. >> government offices and schools closed again today in washington, d.c. air travelers with flights canceled in new jersey. the occupation in the wildlife refuge started to fall apart. >> roadblocks and check points set up. the militants were arrested along the highway during a violent confrontation that ended with the death of lavoy finicum. barbie with a lot of sizes. >> you can buy barbie in curvy and petite. mattel hopes this reflects the young owners' world. >> the little boy's reaction was
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white flipped a puck to him on monday night. the grown up caught the puck, but he gave it to the young man. he is hugging that puck. >> i love how he snuggled it. an ice hockey puck is not warm. >> it is not a teddy bear. >> he loves his hockey. >> cute. you were on the barbie story this week? >> yeah. i did it for "nightly news." we talked to a range of ages at the toy store here in new york. they overwhelmingly said it is about time. >> parents or kids? >> parents. one question is do you think this is more for the parents or kids that barbie is doing it? they said it is many for the people who are buying them. they want something more reflective for their children or what they see. i will say overwhelmingly positive among the people we spoke with and most of them say because it was time for barbie to be more representative.
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not just looking at barbie in relation to themselves, but barbie as a traditional doll. the new ones look different than what you expect barbie to look like. >> and the other question that came up, let's say you give a girl the curvy barbie doll. what message is that sending in? they introduced some of this last year, and they also have different skin tones and hair colors and eye colors. all of which people say were needed. >> barbie should accurately represent america. >> yeah. she's working on it, apparently. barbara millicent roberts. 2016. >> my barbie always had much nicer hair than i did. >> did you want her to have worse hair? >> what was that? >> errrrr. my mom chopped my hair all off
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we have a warm up to talk about. temperatures have been well above average. warmer temperatures through the southern and northern plains. chicago should get up to 48 degrees today. that's 16 degrees above average. kansas city, 58 degrees. tomorrow, still 48 in chicago. cleveland, 51. new york, 50. raleigh, 16 above average. an area of high pressure keeps it sunny. we are keeping an eye out for
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system in california errr! that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan dreyer. still to come, should you buy a big new tv before the super bowl next week? >> yes. >> we have the answer from the experts like craig melvin in trending. we will look at coldplay and beyonce's latest collaboration. they are performing at the big game next weekend. they dropped a new video. but first these messages. always set a place at the dinner table for good manners. stay seated, napkin on your lap and elbows at your sides. and remember, mealtime is for nourishment, nothing more. let the music play, he won't get away
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...[inhale + exhale mnemonic]... ... , two more ways to breathe happy back on a saturday morning. time for a little "trending." >> forget "trending." >> yesterday on "trending" we told you the perfect wine pairings for your girl scout cookies. they have something red and white. like the trefoil. here is the thing. they left out the other popular cookies here. we will dig in with the thin mints. my mom's favorite. put them in the freezer. with a brunelo. >> leave a little bit in your mouth and drink the wine with cookies in your mouth.
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>> oh. that is really good. >> that's nice. i like this one. >> you are combining wine and cookies, how can you go wrong? >> it is not for everyone at home. >> that's not bad. let's do this one. >> the do-si-do next. the peanut butter cookie. >> i don't like peanut butter. can i skip? >> it's your job to eat cookies and drink wine, craig. >> these go well together. >> this is a red zinfindel blush. >> and the somoas. >> in connecticut, they were always somoas. >> they were chocolate coconut cookies. >> you probably heard there is a football game happening next week.
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a lot of people are debating to buy a new tv for the parties. it is difficult to read the news when you have a cookie in your mouth. >> a study says yes, you should. craig says you should, too. a survey on fatwallet says price is a factor. you are in luck, late january and february is prime buying months for consumers. >> cutting prices to make room for new inventory coming in march. we are in the market for a new television. this is fantastic news. a lot of the 4k televisions. prices are starting to come down on those. >> my husband is always in the market for a new television. >> i like brian. and finally, a picture is worth 1,000 words or in this case, $1 million. the photographer kevin abash recently shared with business insider. he sold a picture of a potato last year for 1 million euro.
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>> didn't the guy who bought the pope francis popemobile paid $82,000. >> god speed. here is "popstart." beyonce and coldplay, and kanye and baby north with a picture. joelle gargiulo is here with popstart. >> after popstart. first up, beyonce is back and you can thank coldplay for that. just in time for super bowl 50, the band released its "hymm" with queen bee. we have known for some time they are pals. we know she will be on his album. this video should not cause such a stir. it is. maybe it is the exotic setting
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off the hook. >> i should mention after the backlash on social media, some are calling it cultural appropriation and others showing it appreciation for the foreign culture. now moving on to kanye west who made waves on twitter. first with the announcement that the album title change to "waves." and the online feud with fellow rapper wiz khalifa got more than 400 million views. now looking to move past the twitter feud, kim kardashian shared this adorable picture of her hubby and little girl north. now everyone is talking about how the girl looks so much like her daddy.
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snl on february 13th along with host melissa mccarthy. >> i hope he does skits. >> i hope he plays along. you never know with kanye. last, but not least, we have good news and bad news for fans of the netflix hit "house of cards." the good news, netflix confirmed that frank underwood will return for a fifth season. now to the bad news. creator will not. he says he is leaving the series to focus on new endeavors. the series starring kevin spacey returns for a fourth season march 4th. aka, the day after my birthday. watching and eating somoas. >> and the brunello. >> joelle, thank you. up next, our producers put us to a test with the nice fun
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>> would you rather have the super power to fly or become invisible invisible. i think i would fly. >> then you lose your miles on delta. >> i do like my mqm, delta. >> you pick fly over invincible? >> i could see my mom. >> if you are invisible, you could do all kinds of bad stuff. would you rather walk in on your boss getting undressed or have your boss walk in on you. >> which would you rather? >> which boss are we talking about? >> i need this job. >> you can't take the fifth. you have to answer. >> i would prefer to have my boss walk in on me. >> dylan. >> would you rather fulfill your biggest wish or resolve your deepest regret? i think regrets are part of life.
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i would rather have my biggest wish. >> good answer. >> to fly. >> we want you to play along. here is our question. would you rather never ever be able to text again for as long as you live or never been able to make a phone call? >> that's a tough one. >> i think it depending on the age. >> tweet us with your answer. we will check back with your thoughts. shoot us a tweet. who wants to fly instead of be invisible? >> who wants to be invisible for nefarious purposes, craig melvin? coming up, dylan looks at
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after these messages. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place
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to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you. still to come, our medical round up with the fears of lead after flint, michigan and diet debate.
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good morning. top secret surprise. with just two days to go before the iowa caucuses, hillary clinton's campaign strom blcrambling to contain the damage after 22
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be top secret. the big question is will this have an impact on the monday caucuses. new evidence? a bombshell from the lawyer for stephen avery, the subject of the talked about documentary "making a murderer." avery's lawyer has new evidence that could free her client. what she plans to do to clear his name. and suffering from cte. the doctor who first diagnosed the brain disease in football players now says he suspects o.j. simpson has the disease. this comes as o.j.'s name comes to the headlines with the series. we will look today. saturday, january 30th, 2016. >> rise and shine "today" show. >> georgia peaches in nyc.
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to the "today" show. >> hi, mom and dad, we're on tv. >> hello, grand rapids. >> good morning to you on a saturday morning here on a cold new york city. we will get outside in a bit. we want to take a moment to send get well wishes to sheinelle, jones. she is under the weather here this weekend. that is why she is not here. we know you are watching. >> we hope you are recovering, sheinelle. i hope for your sake you are sleeping in. everyone watching at home, sent sheinelle your well wishes or a picture on instagram. we look forward to her feeling better. we have a lot to get to this morning. the final countdown in iowa. two days from the caucuses. hillary clinton's e-mails are front and center this morning. we have full coverage. we start with nbc's kristen welker in des moines. kristen, good morning.
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the race is razor tight in iowa. the latest e-mail issue could not come at a worse time. and her rival, bernie sanders, is not making an issue of it. the candidates are focused on the finish line. on friday night, hillary and bill clinton were trying to lock it up in iowa. over shadowing that, the state department released 1,600 e-mails from her time as secretary of state. they withheld for the first time 22 documents labeling them top secret. the e-mails were not marked top secret when they were sent and the clinton campaign stresses clinton never sent or received class classified e-mail at the time. the question is will voters here in iowa care? we have to wait until monday to find out. late last night, bernie sanders reit reiterated in a statement he is
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he is interested in the issues. they will cross the state with eight events between them. at one, hillary clinton will be joined by gabby giffords. erica. >> kristen, thanks. >> to the republicans now where the war of words with donald trump and ted cruz shows no signs of letting up. nbc's hallie jackson is in des moines with more on that. hallie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, craig. this morning, the republican candidates are getting ready for the final push and final weekend before the caucuses. they wasted little time on pouncing on hillary clinton for the e-mail issue. while a clinton spokesperson calls this overclassification, the republicans have different words for it. like unacceptable. that's from marco rubio, who argues this news should disqualify clinton from being commander in chief. ted cruz says this is more and more serious. as the gop candidates take aim
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gain traction with caucus goers in the last 60 hours before the caucuses. trump, for example, rolling out a new line of attack against ted cruz. calling him a canadian anchor baby. cruz is laughing it off getting ready for his rally tonight. the one he asked donald trump to debate him. trump is at a different event this evening. on the campaign trail also, marco rubio, he is hoping for momentum. hoping for a strong third place finish here after his debate performance earlier in the week. craig. >> hallie, thank you. a federal judge has denied bail for the main figures in the armed standoff in the wildlife refuge. the judge said ammon bundy and followers pose a danger to the community and argue that it was a peaceful operation. the judge would release those arrested only when the standoff ends.
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a new water warning in flint, michigan this morning. tests show lead levels in samples are so high, filters are ineffective. officials are not sure what caused the high levels. residents are urged to make sure they test the water. serena williams was hoping to make it a match for the history books facing angelique kerber in the australian open. incredible volleys and saves were not enough. kerber pulled off a stunning upset. the san diego chargers may have a deal to move north. the football team has agreed in principle to head to englewood, california to share a stadium with the los angeles rams. the chargers chairman says the team will stay put for at least this year while he tries to work
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dylan has a check of our saturday forecast for us. >> we are talking about the weather in california. that ties in nicely. >> nice segue. >> a decent storm making its way onshore. we have a stream of moisture off the pacific. it extends 1,000 miles. all of that moisture is going to continue to make its way onshore. a lot of rain and mountain snow. we are going to see this storm intensify off the coast and produce wind gusts as high as 50 to 60 miles per hour. we have several winter storm warnings and watches. winter weather advisories across the rockies and in the sierra as well. today, we will see the storm get organized organized. on sunday, gusty winds in southern california. heavy snow in the sierra. we are going to see this eventually start to spread east into the rockies. on monday, especially in denver, we could see near blizzard conditions with the gusty winds reducing visibility down to less
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on tuesday, snow across nebraska and kansas and up into iowa. strong storms ahead of the front. especially through the midwest. as for rainfall totals, 2 to 3 inches of rain. we could see brief flooding. as for snow, denver could end up with 1 foot of snow. especially through monday and the storm starts to move and that's your latest forecast. craig.
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now to a decades old case that has a lot of people talking thanks to the netflix series "making a murderer." on friday, protesters gathered outside stephen avery's prison, both for and against avery. this morning, his attorney says new evidence could help free him. "dateline's" andrea canning has more. >> good morning, craig. the attorney met with stephen avery for about three hours and this case is moving forward. everybody is wondering what happened to teresa halbach. for those who think stephen avery did not do it, it comes down to one attorney famous for wrongful convictions who said she is about to turn the case upside down. the case had people talking since it premiered on netflix last month and the talk got louder in the county where had happened. manitowoc, wisconsin. >> we believe they had an unfair trial.
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second time here. he should rot in jail. >> don't let netflix tell you what to think! >> reporter: demonstrations here after stephen avery was wrongfully convicted in 1985. released in prison and then convicted in 2007 of murdering a photographer. >> stephen avery convicted. >> reporter: at trial, his office planted evidence in an attempt to frame him. >> i know it is not true. deputies. >> reporter: now avery has a new attorney. kathleen zellner. prison. >> do you have evidence to free stephen avery? >> we do. >> can you tell us anything about that? >> i can tell you generally since 2007, there have been significant advances in forensic
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going to the clearest way to do this is with scientific testing. >> reporter: she has been poring through boxes of evidence and determined to prove her client is innocent. it looks like there may be another chapter in this case yet. >> we are talking about a timing perspective of when we will see something happen in the case? >> i think within 30 days. possibly less. >> his attorney mentioned the car. stephen avery's blood and dna were found in the victim's car. so zellner bought one to understand what she is dealing with. she has alternate suspects in mind. she won't say who, but there are people on her radar. >> you have been following this case. what is the likelihood that stephen avery gets a new trial? >> the problem with the question is we don't know yet what the new evidence is she is talking about.
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it is and credible it is, that determines if he gets a new trial. we are waiting for that. hopefully in the next month we will see another break in the case. >> there appears to be another chapter left in the story. andrea, thank you again. erica. craig, thanks. a precarious situation in california shows no signs of improvement. homes on the edge of a cliff because of the storms battering the cliff. as steve malkoff reports, he says there are some that don't plan to leave anytime soon. >> reporter: just 15 minutes from san francisco. >> a dangerous situation in california. coastal erosion. >> reporter: these 1960s era apartments in pacifica, california sit on one of those hillsides. >> don't step out. >> reporter: resident bart willowby shows us how the
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bringing these homes closer to the disaster. >> you can see how brown that water is. that's sand in the water. >> reporter: that pacific ocean water, warmer than usual, has accelerated the problem that has been brewing for years. if this el nio is as bad as it is predicted to be, will we see more apartments evacuated? >> sure. the one next door will be evacuated. we are going to the back of 310 esplanade. 20 people still live here. >> reporter: the city has evacuated this building and this building. and just days ago, they declared this building unsafe as well. now all 20 low-income residents must find some other place to live. people like jeff bowman. >> nobody will be here for ever. everybody is realizing that. >> reporter: these apartments are teetering 75 feet above the
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this is a normal day. during an el nio-fueled storm, those waves could be double that size. >> i don't think it is necessarily all that safe. >> reporter: bart took these photos less than a month apart. it is easy to see how much sand is now gone from the ridge. each storm claims another chunk of the west coast. >> my friend's dog went over the side on new year's eve. part of the bluff fell. >> reporter: you can see how easily this land crumbles apart. so far, that dog is the only fatality here on the rocks below that's shaky ground above. for "today," dave malkoff, in pacifica, california. coming up, our week's biggest health stories and why exercising around the clock doesn't mean you will burn more calories than if you too grilled chicken and bush's baked beans. >>mom totally forgot to give us vegetables.
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this morning in "today's" health, there are questions around the zika virus. we have dr. natalie azar with us here. she will walk us through the medical stories this week. >> hello. >> let's start with the zika virus. we have a question of what stage of gestation is exposure? >> the first trimester is the most vulnerable. that is when the central nervous system is forming. that can be the most critical. that doesn't rule out a problem could occur later on in pregnancy if you are exposed. >> the next question coming to us from maven. we answered it in the 7:00. if infected, how long does the woman need to wait to get pregnant. then could an infected man's sperm pose a risk? this goes back if this is transmitted sexually.
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question first. there are some reports that the virus can be detected in saliva and semen. those concerns are going to create the concern about sexual transmission. the main mode of transmission is the mosquito bites. issue of how long you have to wait, i want to make clear, we don't know everything about the virus. we are learning more about the virus and mosquito that carries it. we believe it stays in your system up to a week. if you are planning on becoming pregnant, wait a couple weeks before exposure. >> moving on. we have been talking about the water crisis in flint. we keep talking about lead. a lot of americans live in homes built before the '70s with lead pipes and paint. what are the true effects of lead poisoning? >> a concern for children under
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the womb having exposure. again, because the main side effect or issue can be cognitive impairment in young children. the stages of early development. >> and how you test people to determine determine exposure to lead. >> it can be done with a finger prick, you can get a positive test. you can speak to your doctor about getting your child tested for lead exposure or yourself. speak to your health department. you want to renovate carefully. that is the main concern. the lead found in the paint chips. >> and the next headline had us thinking about the new year's resolutions. working out and working out harder and more. more exercise doesn't burn more calories? i don't get it. >> intuitively it doesn't make a
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there is more research out over what you eat than energy you spend to maintain or lose weight. if you are a very active person and exercise regularly, if you spend an extra hour at the gym, you are probably not burning anymore calories than you normally do in the day. the main difference comes in someone sedentary. people who don't exercise at all, for them, walking and taking the stairs is actually going to make a difference. the idea is biologically, we have a certain amount of energy we expend every day. it doesn't vary when your level is doing cognizant. >> does that mean i can have a glass of wine instead? >> yeah, no. don't interpret it that way. >> natalie, thank you. still ahead, a look at the highly anticipated series, "the people versus o.j. simpson" and
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discovered the cte in football players says simpson is suffering from it as well. but first this is "today" on nbc. the time has come to make a choice... about which candidate can actually make a difference for you. in a world as complex as this, we need a president as experienced as hillary. in the situation room... at the negotiating table... and always on your side... fighting for children and families. with a real plan to get incomes rising... ...reduce drug prices... equal pay for women... ...and protect social security and medicare for seniors. she'll build on obamacare, not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it. defend planned parenthood, not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign policy, not ignore it. we need a president with the experience
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still ahead on a saturday morning, one of the most intense and exciting new sports around. we will take you inside the fast paced world of drone racing. and who is up for a little bowling? dylan dreyer is. >> she has her own bowl. >> i do. >> what color? >> probably purple. >> it's teal. >> fortifying the gravity-defying... adventure-collecting... friend-connector... fortifying the going-places... off-to-the-races... day-seizing... you. you're strong. and we're here to help you stay that way. new special k nourish. multi-grain flakes with quinoa, apples,
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we're back on this saturday morning, january 30th, 2016. happy to be out on the plaza. this is a fantastic crowd. >> my sister-in-law and niece. >> where is your sister-in-law? >> over there.
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>> they picked a great weekend to see us. folks warmed um in the big apple. still to come in this half hour, a new competition that is sure to get hearts racing. inside the world of drone racing. then on a different level of energy, i'll introduce you to a group of women who want to change the way people think of bowling. they might even let me get in on the action. i don't know if that is a bright idea. it makes for an interesting afternoon. >> you look like you are serious. >> i'm competitive. we know. later, a savory breakfast dish. i'll hit the kitchen and make a breakfast. a hardy eggstrata. we begin with news from the nfl that diagnosed concussions rose more than 30% last year.
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the doctor who discovered cte says he believes o.j. simpson suffers from the disease. that comes as the mini series is about to begin called "the people versus o.j. simpson." we have steve with more for us. erica. this is an emotional journey for a nation still captivated by the trial of the century. a lot has changed and those closest to what happened are speaking out as we're all about to get a new take on an old drama. >> orenthal james simpson. >> reporter: more than two decades, the drama that unfolded on live television is back in the spotlight for a new generation. an fx mini series is promising to recreate history and tell the
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and verdict. during the trial, simpson was a chronic spousal abuser capable of murder. but now a new twist. dr. amalu, recently portrayed by will smith in "concussion" says he suspects that he has chronic traumatic encephalphy. >> our experience says somebody who plays football for 10 to 20 years, plus has severe personality changes mid life, including violence and impulse control, we diagnose them with cte. it is reasonable to think simpson has been suffering for a while. >> reporter: for many, that is not the excuse.
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phil they feel the series takes attention away from the victims adding the filmmakers never contacted them. >> we have a whole new generation who never saw this take place and is now going to see this series and assume that fact. that's very troubling to me. >> reporter: the filmmakers did contact kris jenner. "people" magazine. >> with all of the attention, kris hopes that people remember at the heart of all this was the loss of two lives of ron goldman and nicole brown simpson. >> reporter: o.j. simpson is currently being held behind bars in nevada serving time on unrelated charges. you can hear more from the families of the victims on the upcoming episode of "dr. phil." meanwhile, the fx mini series
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>> steve paterson in los angeles for us. thank you. >> i can't believe it has been that long. dylan dreyer, we have the final check of the forecast. >> we have people behind us here. >> welcome. welcome. we apologize for the weather. >> it's not that bad. >> compared to charleston? yeah. >> it is going to be colder than charleston. we are looking at the chance of some snow the day after the iowa caucuses. for everyone there, it may be challenging getting out of town. on monday, it looks cloudy, temperatures not too bad in the mid-30s. then the big storm moves in monday night into tuesday. rain and snow likely. the northern part of iowa with snow. southern iowa will get a wintry mix. an area of low pressure in the rockies to produce snow. a bigger storm system will make its way onshore. especially in southern california tomorrow. we could see wind gusts up near 50 to 60 miles per hour. we are looking at heavy rain and
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that will turn into a bigger storm for the denver area, especially on monday. we could see as much as 1 foot of snow. that is the storm that is moving east into iowa by the time we get into monday and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. >> still to come, rolling with the pros. dylan's not done. she has tips for us from the bowling professionals.
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these ladies. >> my bowling ball is in storage. i not get to use it. they let me play. they are the best female bowlers in the world. they are changing the idea of what it means to be a professional bowler. let's face it. bowling might be the rodney dangerfield of sport. no respect. you know the cliches. smoke-filled alleys and kids birthday parties. hardly the stuff of professional sports. but a new generation of women is challenging these stereotypes. >> i can make a living doing this professionally. i think younger girls are starting to see that. >> kelly kulic became the first women ever to win a national title on the male dominated pro tour. she became the only bowler to grace the cover of espn's cover.
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>> the perception of we're not athletes, bowl ten games in one day. see how your hand holds up over ten games and do that over a month. see how your body feels. know what it is like to coordinate a 15-pound ball and shoot multiple spares in different angles. it is demanding and frustrating. >> i quickly learned how frustrating it can be when kelly offered to watch me bowl. at first, i wasn't that nervous. i did own my own bowling ball and shoes at one point in my life. i couldn't be that rusty. right? >> oh, no. >> think about the ball swing from the shoulder. like you are pitching a ball under hand. >> and right down the middle.
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membership on the professional tour. i'll get you one before the day's over. >> why doesn't bowling have the same cache? >> it is the size of the facilities. >> now it is working on image. cute outfits and scented bowling balls. >> this smells delicious. i have never smelled a bowling before. >> it is an extra detail that catches people offguard. >> it is really heavy. >> the next goal for kelly and her team, the olympics. >> currently, bowling is on the short list to be in the 2020 olympics in tokyo. >> a chance for bowling to get the respect it deserves. >> i think it is exciting seeing a crop of women come into something you just feel like is an older men's sport. you guys are coming in and kicking butt. >> i truly think this is the beginning of something super
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bowlers coming up in the ranks. my hope is that this is the future for women's bowling and it takes off. >> can she do it? >> so they use 15-pound bowling balls and travel with about ten bowling balls. that is crazy. i said why do you need them? they said different lane conditions and environments. there is so much that goes into it that you just don't think of when you bowl a round or two at a party or have a beer. >> you look like you still got it. >> you do, dylan dreyer. time to get the ball out of storage. >> mine's an eight-pound ball. that's why i have my own. the eight-pound ball is designed for kids. my thumb didn't fit in the hole. i had to get my own bowling ball. >> freakishy large thumbs. >> no. coming up, inside the drone racing. the competition that has
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at more than $500 each, these drones are not toys. topping out at speeds of 100 miles an hour. pilots strap on goggles, guarding their aircraft in realtime. seeing the world like a superhero. >> when i talk to our best pilots, they talk about the first time they flew a drone, they felt like superman. >> reporter: like overcaffeinated fireflys. they zip through gates and out the same tunnel football players use to enter the stadium. and up the stairwells where fans walk to the seats and back into the stadium. the first drone across the finish line showered in fireworks. >> it's the speed and control. you are just trying to go as fast as you can without crashing. >> reporter: like car racing,
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>> two of the guys just crashed on takeoff. it was so good. >> reporter: investors say few thought video games would one day become a spectator sport worth tens of millions of dollars. now they believe drone racing could turn out to be a hugely popular spectator sport as well. as this gets underway, fans watch from a home computer. eventually they may also strap on goggles and fly. like superman. right along with their favorite pilots. some of the $8 million seed money backing this new sport, investments from steven ross, owner of the miami dolphins and dolphins vice chairman, matt higgins. >> i see celebrity athletes and have huge followings. >> and, of course, some of the
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day they may be the next mario andretti of drone racing. we have a mario here. that is tethsered. >> i wish they would untether it. >> i'm the blue one. >> there you go. i don't want to break it. >> it is giving me beyonce hair. that is fantastic. >> the guys over there are not too happy. >> kerry, dylan asked you during our break if you have a drone. >> actually somebody did give me one about this big. i started it up and flew it into the wall and broke into pieces. >> always nice to see you, especially in person. >> i think they turned me off. >> smart move. >> we have tried that in the past. it doesn't work. warming up on a cold winter morning.
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[ indistinct conversations ] always set a place at the dinner table for good manners. stay seated, napkin on your lap and elbows at your sides. and remember, mealtime is for nourishment, nothing more. let the music play, he won't get away just keep the groove, and then he'll come back to you again let it play let the music play this morning in "today's food" we are cooking up a breakfast casserole that is hardy for anyone. we have michael seymour with us. >> good morning. >> what is this called?
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simple. delicious. we do a charred broccoli taco. it is delish. you have eggs, oil and milk. let's get into it. >> let's do it. >> three heads of broccoli cut into florets. olive oil. you want to season here with salt. all right. you want to be generous with the salt. >> why do you char it? >> when you char broccoli, it caramelizes it. you want to toss this with the olive oil and salt. get your chef skills in there. all right. awesome. you want to basically do that. put it on a roasting pan at 450 for ten minutes. >> what if you don't want
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>> cauliflower. we can put this back here. you basically get this on the roasting pan and put it in the oven for ten minutes. this is a baguette. we have eight eggs in here. we start whisking this. you want to take mustard, dijon. a tablespoon. drop it in there. all righty. we start whisking. a little tip so we know. nice fun tip to have forever. when you whisk, it can be tough if you don't set it up with a wet towel. you drop it in the middle and you don't need any hands. >> my wife, not a fan of eggs. can you use egg whites? >> you can use egg whites, absolutely. double up. if you have eight eggs, 16 egg whites.
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we will incorporate our milk slowly. nice and whisked in there. >> okay. >> all right. >> then how long do we let the bread soak in the egg mixture? >> you can do this on the fly. you could do this day of if you like to. i like to do it the day before. i take my bread in here and it looks like this. you cover it up. throw it in the fridge overnight. day of, you are ready to rock. >> what do you add? >> this is where the fun comes in. the cooked onions and garlic. we have our sauted mushrooms. we have cheese here. parmesan cheese. we are going to take our charred broccoli. we will add this in here. you can do it with your hand or
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we will reserve a bit for the top of the dish. >> they can smell food a mile away. >> we're here to help. >> you will get it all nice and incorporated here. all right? >> it is healthy. >> we throw it in. >> it is. >> and it looks like this. >> and how long do we cook it? >> you want to stick it in the oven for about 45 minutes at 325. >> that looks good. you can throw that right in there. get it nice and mixed. all right. beautiful. >> thank you so much. if you want this recipe, head to o'clock on your saturday morning. let's get right to megan for the
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